Daub Alderney Limited hit with £5.85 million Gambling Commission fine

In the United Kingdom and the Gambling Commission regulator has ordered online casino operator Daub Alderney Limited to pay a £5.85 million ($8.06 million) fine for breaches of its social responsibility and ant...

China records significant increase in prosecutions of gambling-related crimes

In China and the Supreme People’s Procuratorate has reportedly announced that it prosecuted 46,575 people over the course of the first six months of 2021 for gambling-related crimes. According to a report fr...

Sands China Limited denying any involvement with Asian iGaming domain

In Macau and local casino operator Sands China Limited has reportedly been forced to issue a statement distancing itself from any connection to an Asian iGaming domain being marketed using the trademarked name ...

Crown Resorts Limited hit with damning New South Wales verdict

In Australia and the official inquiry looking into the license suitability of casino operator Crown Resorts Limited has reportedly returned with a damning verdict that could well see the firm forced into making...

Revised tax rates for licensed Philippines iGaming operators

In the Philippines and President Rodrigo Duterte (pictured) has reportedly signed a piece of legislation into law that has been designed to more than double the amount of tax collected from domestic holders of ...